China supplied North Korea with an Orbital Nuclear Weapons Platform

China
supplied North Korea with an orbital nuke platform

That's
what NK launched into space in February. It wasn't just a test satellite. It's
small but potent and contains 5 tactical orbit-to-surface nukes, each with a
500 kiloton payload.



This is why NK has adopted a totally warlike rhetoric. They may be outgunned
and outnumbered but they have unlimited firing range. Detonated above the
US/Europe/Asia/Japan they'll be able to knock out the electrical grid and begin
their own ground invasion of South Korea and Japan, leaving Europe and the US
to China.



Trust me, this is the absolute truth. My uncle is a general in the British army
and they are trying their best to keep a lid on this to prevent worldwide
panic. Apparently Obama is "looking at all the options" whatever that
means.

www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message2191950/pg1







Re: China supplied North Korea
with an orbital nuke platform

You can check out
[this article]( [www.godlikeproductions.com/external?http%3A%2F%2Fwww.northko] that mentions "4
objects being tracked by NORAD". However, 3 of those were probably rocket
boosters and/or debris.



However, you can track these objects in their parabolic path at the links, here
-



[KMS 3-2]( www.n2yo.com/?s=39026)


- The actual satellite



[Object 2]( www.n2yo.com/?s=39027)

-
(R/B - denotes rocket/booster) Still trackable in space



[Object 3]( www.n2yo.com/?s=39028)


- (Debris) Still trackable.



[Object 4]( www.n2yo.com/?s=39029)


- (Debris) Still trackable.



Since the DPRK announced to international space orgs that they would have a
Pacific splashdown of the main booster, and it fell, I have a hard time
believing that there is "still a booster" out there. But, oh well...
Let's just see how this whole thing plays out.



If they do happen to have a device capable of dropping an EMP blast over the US
from one of these things, [it could take about 10 years to recover from one]( [www.godlikeproductions.com/external?http%3A%2F%2Fwww.wnd.com.]

www.n2yo.com/?s=39027)







Keep in mind that the US government gave
NK the nukes. Bill Clinton gave NK two fissionable nuclear reactors. When they
threatened to make nuke bombs, George Bush gifted them with 4 more for a total
of 6 fissionable nuclear reactors.



The NK "threat" is all a carefully orchestrated psyop to keep the
sheeple in fear and to distract them from the real threat...the collapse of the
US financial system. All world leaders are friends and belong to the same
club...don't let anyone fool you.



Most of the nuclear devices are already INSIDE the USA. They were smuggled in
parts and secretly put together in targeted cities awaiting detonation
commands. Even Israel has some hidden in the USA. You sheeple have no idea.



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‘The
Concern Is Great’: U.S. On Alert For Nuclear Attack From North Korean Satellite

Apr 1, 2013 5 Comments
Jake Hammer

Excerpted from www.wnd.com/2013/04/u-s-on-alert-for-overhead-nuclear-blast/



WASHINGTON – U.S. officials quietly
are expressing concern that North Korea could use its “space launch vehicle” to
explode a high-altitude nuclear device over the United States, creating an
electromagnetic pulse that would destroy major portions of the U.S. electrical
grid system as well as the nation’s critical infrastructures.

The concern is so great that U.S.
officials who watch North Korea closely are continually monitoring the status
of the North Korean “space launch vehicle,” whose status could suggest a
pre-emptive nuclear strike against the United States.

They are aware of the three-stage
missile North Korea launched last December that also orbited a “package,” which
experts say could be a test to orbit a nuclear weapon that then would be
deorbited on command anywhere over the U.S. and exploded at a high altitude,
creating an EMP effect.

This concern is in addition to North
Korea’s latest threat to strike targets in Hawaii and the continental U.S., as
well as possible attacks against U.S. bases in South Korea and Japan.

The 28-year-old North Korean leader,
Kim Jong-un, has signed an order for North Korea’s strategic rocket forces to
be on standby to fire at U.S. targets.

The signing was against a photo
backdrop following an emergency meeting of his senior military leaders showing
large maps that were labeled “U.S. mainland strike plan, specifically at
Hawaii, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles and Austin, Texas.”

One WND reader who traced the
targeting to Texas said that it really was aimed at the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

The latest North Korean threats
occurred after the U.S. sent two B-2 stealth bombers to strike targets with inert
bombs during joint U.S.-South Korean military exercises, which Kim considered a
major provocation.

“He finally signed the plan on
technical preparations of strategic rockets, ordering them to be on standby to
fire so that they may strike any time the U.S. mainland, its military bases in
the operational theaters in the Pacific, including Hawaii and Guam, and those
in South Korea,” according to a statement by the North Korean news agency,
KCNA.

The statement added that the B-2
flights showed Washington’s “hostile” intent, and the “reckless” act had gone
“beyond the phase of threat and blackmail.”

In response, U.S. Secretary of
Defense Chuck Hagel condemned North Korea’s actions which to date have included
dissolving the 1953 armistice between North and South Korea, severing the
military hotline with South Korea and putting its artillery forces on high
alert and threatening, once again, nuclear strikes against the U.S.

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EXCLUSIVE

U.S. on alert for nuclear blast overhead

'Space launch vehicle' could put kill electric grid,
devastate nation

Published: 4 days ago



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WASHINGTON
– U.S. officials quietly are expressing concern that North Korea could use its
“space launch vehicle” to explode a high-altitude nuclear device over the
United States, creating an electromagnetic pulse that would destroy major
portions of the U.S. electrical grid system as well as the nation’s critical
infrastructures.

The concern is so great that U.S.
officials who watch North Korea closely are continually monitoring the status
of the North Korean “space launch vehicle,” whose status could suggest a
pre-emptive nuclear strike against the United States.

They are aware of the three-stage
missile North Korea launched last December that also orbited a “package,” which
experts say could be a test to orbit a nuclear weapon that then would be
deorbited on command anywhere over the U.S. and exploded at a high altitude,
creating an EMP effect.

This concern is in addition to
North Korea’s latest threat to strike targets in Hawaii and the continental
U.S., as well as possible attacks against U.S. bases in South Korea and Japan.

The 28-year-old North Korean
leader, Kim Jong-un, has signed an order for North Korea’s strategic rocket forces
to be on standby to fire at U.S. targets.

The signing was against a photo
backdrop following an emergency meeting of his senior military leaders showing
large maps that were labeled “U.S. mainland strike plan, specifically at
Hawaii, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles and Austin, Texas.”

One WND reader who traced the
targeting to Texas said that it really was aimed at the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

THIS is
how an EMP event could bring the world’s remaining superpower to its knees.
Read it in “A Nation Forsaken”.

The latest North Korean threats
occurred after the U.S. sent two B-2 stealth bombers to strike targets with
inert bombs during joint U.S.-South Korean military exercises, which Kim
considered a major provocation.

“He finally signed the plan on
technical preparations of strategic rockets, ordering them to be on standby to
fire so that they may strike any time the U.S. mainland, its military bases in
the operational theaters in the Pacific, including Hawaii and Guam, and those
in South Korea,” according to a statement by the North Korean news agency,
KCNA.

The statement added that the B-2
flights showed Washington’s “hostile” intent, and the “reckless” act had gone
“beyond the phase of threat and blackmail.”

In response, U.S. Secretary of
Defense Chuck Hagel condemned North Korea’s actions which to date have included
dissolving the 1953 armistice between North and South Korea, severing the
military hotline with South Korea and putting its artillery forces on high alert
and threatening, once again, nuclear strikes against the U.S.

In recent weeks, North Korea also
had released three videos showing a nuclear strike on the U.S.

“We’ve made very clear that we
have the capability and willingness to protect our interests and our allies in
the region,” according to deputy White House press secretary Josh Earnest. He
said that the U.S. military exercises with South Korea should offer “pretty
clear evidence” that the U.S. can defend its interests and those of its allies
in the region.

Sources say that sending the B-2s
was in response to the recent North Korean threats to send a message – a
message which Russia and China called a “provocative act.”

Russia and China have asked the
U.S. to continue talking to North Korea and not to take military action against
North Korea.

In response to North Korea’s
initial bellicose rhetoric, Hagel ordered the deployment of additional Aegis
anti-missile systems for the U.S. West Coast. They originally were destined for
Europe. And a second anti-ballistic missile radar is to be installed in Japan.

However, the Aegis anti-missile
systems won’t be operational until 2017, although there are some systems
already deployed along the West Coast.

North Korea’s continuing threats
of a pre-emptive nuclear strike against U.S. targets suggest to U.S. officials
that its military is confident in the capability of its missiles and that its
recent nuclear testing for miniaturization of a warhead to be placed on a
missile similarly was successful.

These officials are looking at
the prospect that upon launch of the missile and a potential nuclear payload,
it would take a polar path, clearly out of range of U.S. Aegis anti-missile
systems.

The fact that U.S.military
officials are expressing quiet but increasing concern that North Korea could
launch an EMP attack has raised alarms over the preservation of the U.S.
national grid and such critical infrastructures as communications, energy, food
and water delivery and space systems.

This concern recently has been
reinforced by a little-publicized study by the U.S. Army War College that said
a nuclear detonation at altitude above a U.S. city could wipe out the
electrical grid for hundreds, possibly thousands of miles around.

The impact would be catastrophic.



“Preparing for months without a
commercial source of clean water (city water pressure is often dependent on
electric pumping to storage towers) and stoppage of sewage treatment facilities
will require net methods of survival particularly in populated areas,” the
military study said.

The May 2011 study, titled, “In
the Dark: Military Planning for a Catastrophic Critical Infrastructure Event,”
concluded that there is “very little” in the way of backup capability to the
electric grid upon which the communications infrastructure is vitally
dependent.

Analysts say that it is apparent
that Kim has ignored any advice from its closest friend, China, to stop any
further missile or nuclear testing suggesting, as one official described Kim,
as a “loose cannon.”

Kim also has been defiant of any
United Nations Security Council resolutions similarly condemning the recent
missile and nuclear tests. China had joined in approving those resolutions.

“The time has come to settle
accounts with the U.S.,” the KCNA agency declared.

“The Obama administration is
either clueless or deceiving the American people with false assurances that
North Korea’s recent threats to destroy the United States are merely ‘empty
rhetoric’ because they allegedly ‘lack the capability,’” one former U.S.
official told WND.

Some regional analysts, however,
believe that Kim is seeking to leverage the U.S. for further concessions while
attempting to win favor with his own military to show how tough he can be.

These analysts say that until now
Kim has not had the support from the military that his father, Kim Jong-Il,
had.

His war-like tone may be
indicative of attempts to solidify military support within his country.

At the moment, experts are
looking at efforts for preparations at known long-range missile launch sites.

Those signs may be appearing.



“North Korea’s launch sites to
fire off mid- and long-range missiles have recently shown increased movement of
vehicles and forces,” according to one South Korean official who described the
activity at the sites as “brisk.”

“We are closely watching
possibilities of missile launches,” the official said.

In this connection, officials
have seen several vehicles moving to the Tongchang-ri missile site on the
western coast, in what appeared to them to be preparations for testing its
long-range missiles.

Some observers, however, believe
the latest threats of a pre-emptive nuclear strike against the U.S. remain for
now just domestic posturing and efforts to establish military credentials on
Kim’s part to show that he is more forceful than his father.

In other efforts to determine
warnings and indications of an attack, analysts are looking for major troop
movements, although none has been detected to date.

Late last week, a North Korean
Mig-21 fighter jet flew near South Korea’s front line airspace, known as the
Tactical Action Line,but returned to base, according to a South Korean military
official. In response, the South Koreans scrambled a KF-16 fighter.

The TAL is the point between 20
and 50 kilometers north of South Korean airspace that will prompt the South
Korea to scramble its fighter jets.

In addition, border crossings
between North and South Korea remain open, for now.

In one video, North Korea shows a
nuclear attack on Washington:

www.wnd.com/2013/04/u-s-on-alert-for-overhead-nuclear-blast/



Back
in February, it released a video that showed a nuclear attack on New York City,
against a musical backdrop of “We are the World,” a song by the late Michael
Jackson.

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